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- Thermoeconomic analysis: A criterion for the selection of cogeneration systems
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- Group of Energy
- The economical viability of three cogeneration schemes as supplying alternatives for a hypothetical industrial process has been studied. A cost appropriation method based on Valero's studies (1986) has been used. This method enables the determination of exergetic flows, the Second Law efficiency of equipment and the monetary costs of the products acquired by the industrial process (steam and electrical energy). The criterion adopted for the selection is the global cost of the supplied products to the industrial process as regarding in Brazilian conditions.
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Advanced Energy Systems Division (Publication) AES, v. 36, p. 235-240.
- Cogeneration plants
- Energy efficiency
- Cogeneration systems
- Exergetic flows
- Industrial process
- Thermoeconomic analysis
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